Wall Street is obsessed with the possibility of Apple shares soon rising to $150, but options traders appear to view that as a major long shot.
Barron's made waves over the weekend when it proclaimed that "Apple Is Worth $150 a Share." But this has long been the consensus among some professional Apple watchers.
Goldman Sachs analyst Simona Jankowski has had a $155 target on the now-$110 stock since last year, and she reiterated that target in a Tuesday note encouraging clients to buy ahead of the company's late April earnings report.
Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray's highly regarded Apple analyst, is even more bullish, with a target of $172.